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Haugesund

To Glass

A restaurant with real character and warm and cosy atmosphere built in 1855. Tasty tapas, petit and main course menus. Haugesund's most intimate bar...

Tinn

Gaustatoppen Turisthytte

The lodge under the sky is the place that trekkers and mountaineers meet! Here you can enjoy a nice breack and some snacks before you take the path down again.

Ålesund

Apotekern Kafe

In the pharmacy's old laboratory one can taste locally produced food and coffee, Norwegian waffles with locally produced jam and other delicious home...

Bulandet

Nikøy Kafé

Nikøy is the meeting point at Bulandet in Askvoll. Nikøy Kafé is located next to the local grocery store "Joker Bulandet" and the guest harbour. Here...

Fjell

Urtemakeriet

Traditional, freshly-baked bread is available direct from our wood-burning oven each Saturday. Come and enjoy a totally different shopping experience at Urtemakeriet.

Oslo

Café Fedora

Charming neighbourhood café at Frogner that serves homemade American food, including salads, quiche, wraps, chili, mac & cheese and delicious pies, cu...

Rena

Østerdalen Hotell cafe

The Østerdalen Hotel is situated at main road 3, approx. 3 km north of Rena. It is a natural stop when travelling between Oslo and Trondheim. Every Su...

Oslo

Patio Restaurant

Pizzeria with Bislett's largest patio and a great selection of both classic and special pizzas, as well as ciabatta, bruschetta, lasagnea and tapas....

Oslo

Nygård Steakhouse

Steakhouse on the corner of Jernbanetorget, decorated in the classic steakhouse style. Nygård's in-house gastronomer selects the best steaks from the...

Gvarv

Aarnes kafeteria

You’ll find us on RV36 between Ulefos and Gvarv, just 15 minutes from Bø. You can enjoy a meal in this light and comfortable restaurant while soaking in the view of Norsjø and Sauherad’s fruit fields.
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